What’s so great about board books? They are wonderful for little hands with stiff page that are easy to turn and are more durable than books with paper pages. Reading board books to your child develops a love of learning early and introduces him to new vocabulary. It is also a great time to build relationships. Here are our favorite board books.
Reading for pleasure? Because I want to read it, not because I need to preview it for school lessons? I can still do that?It is important for us to be reading and setting the example for our children that we read not only to learn, but for pleasure as well. Here are a couple of ways I find time to add a few extra moments to reading into my week.
My family loves to travel. Whether we add time onto a business trip or take a trip purely for fun, we have all learned so much on our travels. Not all of the learning has been academic. Character training and relationship building have also been a big part of our travels, too. Check out these 100 ways you can continue learning while traveling.
Of course we love reading anytime, but Christmas is an especially fun time to re-read our favorite Christmas books. We usually add one or two new books to our collection each year. I usually pull the Christmas books off the shelf and place them in a special basket near the tree. These are our favorite Advent devotionals: Advent in Narnia: Reflections for the Season by Heidi Haverkamp The Journey: A Season
There are just not enough hours in the day to read all of the books we want to read. Audio books to the rescue! We often listen to an audio book during lunch and in the car. Non-readers can enjoy an audio book on CD, MP3 player, or a plug and play electronic book from the library. Here are some of our favorite audio books. Many are available through your